On a turbulent night, a destitute man obtains a deserted wallet full of money, only to find the owner observing him closely. To his surprise, the brooding owner implores him to keep the purse as apparently, he won’t be needing it anymore. It is revealed that the latter intends to commit suicide before the dawn. All alone in the still of the night, It is up to the poor, yet compassionate man to convince the grief-stricken stranger to change his mind before it is too late.
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A negative diagnosis from the doctor, who has put hope for improvement in the trash, a run over foot with nasty looks from passers-by and a fall during basketball training highlights Paul's current life situation. Actually, he has only one motivation, namely, to fulfill the seemingly impossible last wish of his deceased mother. When he tells Tim, another young wheelchair user, about it, he is convinced to set out for the impossible-to-climb mountain. By hitchhiking they get to know two American
wrongly or rightly we usually judge people by their looks
It has been scientifically proven that the Aboriginal Australian is the oldest continuous culture in the world. It has also been scientifically that Aboriginal bloodline when crossed with other nationalities dilutes within 2 to 4 generations causing Aboriginal Australian to be unrecognisable to the stereotype.
Chris gets inspired by Louis Malle’s 1969 documentary Calcutta and
aspires to recreate the modern version of the documentary himself. He
moves to Kolkata with his wife Anita, who is also a movie actress, to
work on his documentary. While the shoot progresses, Covid outbreak starts in India and his producer
withholds funds. As the lock-down starts, Chris is stuck inside the apartment in Kolkata with Anita. To overcome the pent up frustrations,
Chris decides to make a film about his own marriage.
Dasha, a young biologist, prepares to defend her Ph.D. on the Baikal seal. Her Ph.D. advisor is skeptical about Dasha’s love for animals, and her mother only cares about the girl not missing night prayers. A story about a conflict between science and religion, love and suffering, between what Dasha wants and what others push her to do.
I won't remain alone is a documentary following Soraya and Seyed Jalal, an old and poor couple residing in a remote village in Northern Iran. Filmed over the course of 5 years, I won't remain alone paints pictures of forgiveness, love, humanity and immortality.